Black QBs in the NFL

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  1. Phall

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    From what I can tell, the Patriots spent $3.5 million to give Newton this preseason tryout, which was 2/3 of his total contract for the year. This wasn't some shrewd front office move.

    I'm wary of any team cutting any unvaccinated player at this point. The vaccine agenda has priority over the white replacement agenda. I'll be happy if another team signs him so long as he is not a realistic challenger to supplant a white QB, ie Fitzpatrick in Washington.

    Happy news for Mac Jones though. It's really an incredible set of circumstances that he's in this position. He was a late-riser three star recruit out of high school, which was probably selling him short, although I'm not well-versed going that far back. He signed with Alabama in Tua Tagovailoa's class, giving him no clear path to playing time. If Tua doesn't get hurt in 2019, he doesn't see the field. This gave him the leg up over then-freshman Bryce Young as an upperclassman with experience. If Tua's little brother hadn't transferred, would he still have had that opportunity? But he wins the national championship and is too good to ignore. Mac was not celebrated as an NFL prospect, but the journalists eventually fell into line there. Perfect situation and timing to land with a team as their incumbent starter fizzles out. The dice roll worked out for him in choosing Alabama, as I doubt he would be in this position if he'd honored his original commitment to Kentucky.
     
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    Don't worry about Scam, Vikings are interested in him as a backup. Guess Mond hasn't panned out, so to fulfill their mandatory backup Quotaback, looking to Scam.
     
  3. Leonardfan

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    Jalen Hurts gifted the starting job with the Eagles. Flacco was great during the preseason and Minshew has more experience and is a better player. My guess is they tank with Hurts and try to get their new black jesus Watson next offseason.
     
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    All these quotaback-led teams will hopefully tank and send their dwfs into deep and dark cellars of misery. Any White not aware of what the League is doing by their anti-White agenda deserves to be let down. This purge looks like the worst ever.
     
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    Rob Ninkovich stated that Mac Jones was teaching Newton the Patriots playbook, the one he had for the entire previous year. If he does land somewhere I don't see him making any impact.

    “From what I gained from sources inside the actual building, from everything I understand now, Mac was basically helping Cam learn the playbook,” said Ninkovich.
     
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    https://www.outkick.com/mac-jones-was-teaching-cam-newton-the-playbook/

    Link to the latest right wing globalist grifter website, but interesting. I would put most black QBs in that bucket, back in the day that was Randall Cunningham's deal. Buddy Ryan let that chump run around and "make plays" to the usual just above mediocrity level which just assures the cucks the black QB savior has descended upon this blighted land to dispense virtue upon the white cucks.
     
  7. Leonardfan

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    That shows what separates Mac Jones from the quotas that Saban trots out there. Ability+mental acumen.
     
  8. Leonardfan

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    I still can't believe the Steelers kept Haskins on the active roster. The Patriots only have Mac Jones on the active roster and look to take advantage of the practice squad rules by stashing away Hoyer and Gilbert their and having the ability to call either of them up on game day without having the make a roster cut. To my knowledge New England is the only team doing this. The Steelers already have Rudolph as a quality backup who has shown improvement over his first three seasons in the league - Haskins is a waste on the active roster - mostly because he is trash but also because the Steelers could designate him as protected on the practice squad. The fact the Steelers think another team would have put a claim in on Haskins is borderline absurd after the dud he laid in week 3 of the preseason. Again I feel this is Tomlin trying to mentor a black quarterback.
     
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    Something I found while looking for something else.

    In 2016 former Vikings and Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson was arrested for drunkenly threatening to kill his wife with a gun. She defended herself with an iron and a knife and said to him "You'd better be accurate because you ain't on the field." After he was arrested he asked for a Public Defender and claimed he was broke, after making over $10 million dollars in his pro career.

    Jackson killed himself in 2020 by driving 70 in a 30 mile per hour zone and losing control of his car.

    The Tom Iron rule in action for Jackson. He had everything going for him and he loused it up.
     
  10. Leonardfan

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    Idler Arm officially named starter for Houston. Root hard for Houston, Denver, Philadelphia and the Saints to falter early in the season which should pave the way for QB controversies.
     
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    I won’t lose any sleep over Cam being released. However, if the decision came down to his decision to avoid the jab, it’s a really bad situation that will claim many White players too.
     
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    Yea I was really rooting for Hill to win the position for the Saints. They would win more if they designed the playbook around his skillset. Jameis looked ok against a pathetic Jags defense in preseason no less and declared the starter. He's been good against bottom feeders and that's about it. Even then highly inconsistent
     
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    The Saints have a pretty ramshackle group of receivers to work with currently and even Troutman hasn't looked good and has been hurt, so maybe it's for the best to let Winston start the season and leave Hill in the wings for now.
     
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    The media is finally admitting what we all know about Jalen Hurts. He’s a subpar starting QB who puts up stats in garbage time.

    While it’s nice they point out the glaring 43% of production in the 4th quarter, the rest of the blurb is stupid. First, why single out Blake Bortles when there are countless other recent black QBs who pad the stats (Watson on terrible Texans teams come to mind). We know why. Second, if the Eagles make the switch, why would it be to Joe Flacco? They aren’t in playoff contention. Could it be the media doesn’t want to see young talent Gardner Minshew get his chance to prove he’s a better long term option than Hurts?
     
  17. Leonardfan

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    Junk time Jalen - the heir apparent to Garbage Time Griffin
     
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    This doesn’t surprise me at all, he has come off as lazy and doesn’t seem to have a care to be an NFL QB. This is something that I think a lot of us here kinda saw coming during the draft process. He has never done anything to show that he loves the game of football, I’m sure he’s totally happy being a reserve and just collecting the paycheck. He’ll be out of the league soon enough.
     
  20. white is right

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    Yep he got by on autopilot at the college level but the NFL is a whole different animal when it comes to game prep, also since the NFL has evolved from it's semi pro attitude the flaky lazy qb will be a guy who is eventually cut and doing a normal 9 to 5 after he has gone through his 9 lives in the league.
     
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